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that was issued and that was for north western kemp county, north eastern caroline county in eastern maryland, and extreme south central new castle county in northern delaware. that's until 7:15 a.m. if you are in these areas, you need to seek shelter and i'll talk more about the humidity and dryer times ahead and more on that tornado warning coming up. kim, tell us ability about the traffic now. >>> that could just slow you up very, very slightly. also a couple incidents to tell you about, including a water main break and out in western howard county. megan and jamie, back to you. >> leaves the community back here praying this morning. > >> she was supposed to be home by now, but wanted to continue to work. i'm linda so. the serious injuries the teen is now facing. >>> and a baltimore teen already being recruited to play college basketball is layed to rest this morning and police still don't know who shot him. >> and the rain dampen their hard hats, but not their spirits. the extreme makeover home edition. >>> plus, the second best place to live in the country really close to home. we're
of the showers beginning to become more scattered and lighter. you can see mostly central and eastern maryland dealing with the scattered showers. harford and cecil county have been picking up more rain. western maryland already into the dry weather. once we get into the rain, the heat and humidity is going to build up in the next few days. >> a resident sex offender was on the loose after u.s. mistakenly set free in baltimore county. -- after he was mistakenly set free in baltimore county. there was a mistake made with his transfer paperwork. he was released. he is being held downow and his case will move ahead with prosecution. >> 29-year-old devaughn anderson was taken into custody over the weekend after a search and seizure warrant was executed and a home in east baltimore. police recovered numerous laptop computers, printers, varies gaming systems and a need your help to find other victims who have had such items stolen. >> we are in the early stages of this investigation. these investigations are time consuming and fairly tedious. we will be working at this one for a while. >> the suspec
. >> but the cavaliers owner did has everyone talking. >> a couple of scattered showers and eastern maryland and lots of rain in western maryland. we will see if any of the wet stuff will get into baltimore over the weekend. right now, sunshine. right now, sunshine. - friend: yeah? car owner: and this is what he had in my budget. friend: oh well, the top is down! car owner: the top is gone! friend: yeah, there's lot's of head-room! car owner: tons of head-room! careful! friend: ow! car owner: that's sharp. friend: cheese! car owner: yeah. sorry. carmax spokesperson: settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. guaranteed quality used cars can cost a lot less than new cars, so you can get more car for less money by shopping at carmax. now more than ever the smart choice is carmax. the way car buying should be. >> city officials are preparing for artscape 2010. >> we are going to breaking news with captain roy taylor. >> we are up in timonium where baltimore county fire crews are dealing with a brush fire that was adjacent to the tracks. there was no damag
. it is across eastern maryland. nothing happening inside or around the beltway at this hour. baltimore precipitation free. we mentioned there is mist in place. we're not done with the rain for today. the current temperatures around the region. washington and 75 degrees. relative humidity. 84%. no winds to push it around. a muggy start. pressure 2.98%. lots of clouds around today. hot and humid highs in the 80s. and it will not rain all day but there will be periods where the showers will come through. >>> more details on the forecast coming up. >>> thank you. >>> let's look at traffic with julie wright. >> busy trying to clean up a crash for those traveling eastbound along 66. as you work towards 123 still in place here. again 2 left lanes getting by. expect delays waiting for the fire truck to leave the scene. and two left lanes 66 before you reach 123. crashes on the inner loop right side blocked. not too much of a backup. and outer loop. we have delays and leaving university boulevard. that's a check of the on time traffic. >>> now a story we're following out of fairfax county. an a
maryland we could have a couple of isolated scattered thunderstorms even the eastern shore is where i have the chance. only a 30% chance of scattered storms. weekend plans are looking tremendous. not going to run in to any rain. very hot an humid. be aware of the heat it that could be dangerous in some cases if you are out in the sunshine it will be even possibly 10 to 15 degrees warmer than it actually is as air temperatures are taking in the shade. low temperatures, 70s to 80s in the washington metro. the forecast is exly hot. we go washington off to the east and we cool off slightly but still eastern maryland looking at 90s. upper 90s heed. the heat advisory. mid-90s and we have another stretch of 90-degree days. another steven day period of that. next chance of storms is tuesday in to wednesday. stay away from the heat. stay cool. we have cooling center locations that will be open and you can find it on-line. >> a lot of great and useful information there. thank you, devon. happy friday, everybody. glad you could join us early on. let's get started outside. we are live from 66 in virgi
% in this shaded area down towards charlottesville. 10 to 15%. shaded all the way up into north eastern maryland. so it is not common but it is not out of the question. i will come back with your wakeup weather in just a bit. >>> late breaking news out of dc tonight. right now police are looking at the scene of an accident that sent two teenagers . officers say the teenager's car crashed into three other vehicles. >> update flow on that massive shooting in southeast dc. prosecutors have submitted a significant number of items for dna testing in the killings. jeffrey best and robert grouse are accused of gung down two people back on march 30th. orlando carter drove the van the night. murders. all four men are now charged in one of the cities deadliest shootings. >>> tonight engineers are struggling to make sense of the puzzling pressure reading from the bottom of the gulf of mexico. they are trying to determine whether or not b.p.'s capped oil well is holding tight or perhaps in danger of springing a brand-new leak. now no leaks have actually been spotted but the government's points man on the cr
maryland and the eastern shore, right around the upper 80s to upper 90s. seven-day forecast puts everything together. tomorrow, it's about the thunderstorms. thursday take a look at friday, saturday, sunday. we'll take upper 80s, dryer, more mild air. don't cancel the plans because there are a couple storms in the saturday, sunday forecast, just small chances right now. >> all right, sounds great. >> yeah. >> let's get to our weird news file, because i would guess the majority of people are redskins fans, but how many are simpsons? you'll have to be up on your trivia. you'll appreciate this one, because a guy figured out which skins players matchup with characters on the long running animated series, complete with his own sarcastic description. chris coolly resembles duck man. they have dated cheerleaders. principal skinner, that would be former redskins gm, vinnie, the head man with little real authority and mostly the subject of mockery. albert haines worth, a comic bookstore guy, fast, annoying, and doesn't have any friends. one of my favorite defensive ends is mcbane. he has the phys
you where the activity is n eastern maryland. most of the activity was along and east of 95. now it is limited to eastern portions of maryland. there is thunder and lightning. this is pushing to the east. on the left side you notice there is nothing happening in the area. we are precipitation free. and misty conditions. the current temperatures. 75 at reagan national and dulles. the forecast look for clouds. warm and humid. high will be about 87 degrees. that's a look at the weather. look at traffic. >> and between connecticut avenue and 355 that's what is tied up. and people waking up without power this morning. we have reports of trees and wires down in different locations. a good work around. and connecticut avenue and 355 because of the mess. once you head out. if you are run into the lights. treat them as a four-way stop. the bw parkway. lanes are open as you travel and north and southbound between the college park exit. and in good shape leaving 198 headed to powder milt road. back in. better news on 66. and lanes are now open and 95 picking up the usual suspects traveling
activity that we've been following in eastern maryland and delaware pushing off to the north and east, down to the south and west there is more presip out there and eventually some of that will move through as well. so we do have a good chance of showers and thunderstorms during the course of the day today. all right. here is a look at the current temperatures. nothing is changing this morning. it's currently 75 degrees in washington. i'll tell you what, annapolis dropped down one degree, it's 74 there. stevensville 73. winchester 69. and in culpeper it is 72 degrees. here is your five-day forecast. today 70% chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day and into the evening as well. mostly cloudy skies, 87 for the high. tomorrow can't rule out a scattered thunderstorm, 91. thursday, hot, hot, hot. 94 degrees and the hottest day this week we believe. temperatures in the upper 90s friday and saturday. that's a look at the weather. more is coming up in just a little bit. >>> let's check in with julie wright for traffic. >> good morning to you all. and right now we're not looking so bad o
service now throughout much of central and eastern maryland. that's why we need the rain. there's actually a flood watch in parts of western maryland because of the showers coming in from the mountains fairly heavy. you can see the front has made its way through far western maryland with the rain, where temperatures have dropped into the 0's, but we're still closer to 80 here in baltimore. sub rise, cloudy, muggy, showers should be in the area. 69 to 76 to start saturday. here comes the front slicing through the mountains now. we'll call it mild behind it. it's not a dramatic cooldown but it is much dryer from central ohio back up into chicago and up into the great lakes. this front will change the air mass a little bit and kick up a few showers. high pressure is scheduled to come in and make for a nice finish to the weekend. there you see the showers crossing baltimore and heading to the eastern shore in the afternoon and then tapering off in the evening with some clearing later tomorrow night. 81 to 86. it's going to be 20 degrees cooler tomorrow than it was just a few days ago when we h
north eastern maryland. severe thunderstorms warning for you folk, extreme northern sections of cecil county. just across that northern section there, and a little bit further to the west. showers in northern central baltimore county. just one more cell in western howard county. but that stuff in cecil county across southern p. a. that's where the strongest activity is at this hour. what's going to happen tomorrow? looks like we will see a repeat. bern has that forecast. >> reporter: tomorrow we're doing it again. we're starting off in the 70s, then in the afternoon hours we're back in the 90s. a shower or thunderstorm is possible. >> and it stays hot and humid most of the week. 2-inches of rain from thunderstorms this week. 96 may get up to 98 which would break a record here on saturday. >>> thank you, today's energy saver comes in time for cooking downer. don't peak from cooking. every time you open the oven door, the oven temperature lowering. use a timer if your window does not have a window. >>> >> reporter: rescuers crawl through the mangled wreckage to save anyone they can afte
folks out there in the east -- eastern maryland. looking at the chance for plenty of sunshine but hot temperatures out there toward ocean city. 96 saturday. plenty of sunshine on sunday. 98 degrees. looking here at home. 83 for tonight. a warm night. and then the temperatures getting up to 98 downtown. a hot day tomorrow. and looking at those temperatures at 102 on saturday. and a 10 percent chance for maybe a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. 95 sunday. so a hot week all and all. we finally get into the lower 90s on monday and tuesday, and that's actually the relief. jeff? >> a jellyfish attack made a trip to the beach painful for more than 100 people. children from four summer camps were at the beach in rye new hampshire. when tentacles from the large creature spread through the water. >> he started to scream. foot was hurting. >> at that time my ankle started to hurt on both sides. but right was swelling, and it felt like it was tingling and stinging. >> wow! there was so many people stung that emergency crews were called in. no one, thank goodness, was seriously hurt. >> in the lone
into another car while trying to escape police on the eastern shore. maryland state police say that 19-year-old stopped by a trooper early yesterday morning. when asked to step out of the vehicle. he drove away. his ford explorer, which had two passengers, the vehicle then struck a ford mustang that had three people in it. the suspect's suv ended up on a sidewalk. police say cornish and his passengers tried to run, but they were caught. >> howard county police are investigating a failed collision between a moped and a pickup truck. officials say the moped's driver was killed in the crash shortly before 1:00 p.m. the driver of the pickup truck, 45-year-old was not injured. authorities say the crash occurred as the moped was traveling east and crews were turning left from the westbound lane. >> on takeoff and landing in the skies, passengers say they expect to be safe. the washington post sites that the faa and ntfb report in the past six months in the washington region, there have been 22 potentially dangerous mistakes by air traffic controllers and some involve near midair collisions. >>
to escape police on the eastern shore. maryland state police say armon was stopped by a trooper early sunday morning. conner drove away. his ford explorer which had two passengers struck a tire deflation device set up by police. the vehicle struck a ford mustang with three people in that vehicle. the suspect's suv ended up on the sidewalk. cornish and his passengers tried to run, but they were caught. >>> some close calls in the skies over washington, d.c. the washington post sites the faa reporting that within the past six months, there have been 22 potentially dangerous mistakes in the washington region by those who command the skies. some of those involve near midair collisions. >> i seen it actually before, and you know, just coming down here. i was looking out the window. >> the washington air space is the third busiest in the nation with 177 controllers, 49 of whom are working toward full certification. meaning they are still learning on the job. that could be the cause of a turnover in the system. controllers are required to retire at an age of 56 or after 25 years of service. >>> a
warmer than what we'll be seeing in eastern maryland. 61, the dew point. it's really pretty comfortable outside, as 93 goes. the humidity is not really adding to the uncomfortable feel. northwest wind is responsible for that at 10 miles per hour. 29.98 is your barometer rising -- reading. and 85 on the shore. 95 in d.c., 92 in pax river. 93 at bwi marshall, with the heat index, an actual temperature. again, the dew point not high enough to really add more moisture. and add more of a heat feel to your skin. not adding more of an uncomfortable feel. we're going to be dealing with this through today. the heat index will start to go up, as well as the humidity levels tomorrow. the dew points will start to rise, as the temperatures will. so 10 miles per hour from the northwest tomorrow. they're going to start to feel more of a west/southwesterly flow. that's going to usher in warmer air. we're going to see potential for thunderstorms. along with this system moving in. this front is going to come in by saturday through sunday. it's going to come in with potential for strong thunderstorms. wha
degrees in eastern maryland. stevensville and cambridge are both at 77 degrees this morning. we've got overcast skies across much of the region this morning. not showing up very well on our satellite image but looking outside, the live shots we've seen, reagan national reporting overcast skies. there is some sun out there. during the course of the day, we will see partly sunny skies. thack a look out west. that is the leading edge of a cold front. pretty vigorous storms with this cold front. that will being through here not today but tomorrow. -- take a look out west. we have about a 20% chance of a thunderstorm late this afternoon. during the evening, mostly cloudy. some of those storms possible. overfight lows again into the 70s. then your five-day forecast, i think tomorrow we have a better chance of some thunderstorms. and i think we have a good chance that some of those storms could be strong tomorrow afternoon. you know that is not what some of you want to hear. friday, saturday and sunday, not bad. temperature in the mid- and upper 80s. we do have the chance of some more showers
, central delaware and far eastern maryland just to the north and east of saint michael's. temperatures around the region are in the 80s to near 90 degrees and we do have high humidity in place. all the dew points are in there. they have had some showers out in the mountains down into the 70s. over the last 12 hours, watching this front going to bring big change in our weather. that front will be moving through later this afternoon. out ahead of that, we have this yellow zone signifying the zone where we could get isolated storms producing wind damage. generally, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. includes parts of north carolina, vary varks tirginia, district. here is the wider view showing the extent of the front. it extends just off the new england coast. to cape cod back to the midwest. the front will be moving through during the afternoon hours sinking off to the south and east. behind that, high pressure with the dryer air centered over the great lakes will be on the periphery of this. close enough to have our dew points drop and the humidity drop. cooler weather as the high pressure will be influ
. it was felt through the eastern shore. maryland governor martin o'malley says he personally did not notice it. >> we checked in. they are reviewing all of their structures. we are sending inspectors out to bridges, especially the most heavily traveled. >> authorities say the earthquake lasted about 90 seconds. >> it came and went like a thief in the night. >> 1 anne arundel county woman wishes this would come and go -- raw sewage has turned into a battle. sandra german says the spill began after officials worked on a sewage line of her property. she said she had already paid $15,000 in repairs. >> technicians and emergency services have gone above and beyond the call of duty to try to help the system. >> this is what i end up with. it is cracking, and sinking down to the pipes. >> the county says it will repair the current and her yard. -- the curb into her yard. >> days after being installed, it appears the new commitment to that is doing his job. officials say there is no oil flowing, but part might be a change in the armor. scientists and engineers had hoped for more pressure. two remote o
along the i-95 corridor. in western maryland and eastern shore, they are not under the watch just yet. the forecast does call for showers and storms tonight and tomorrow, but then it will dry out. the sun comes back in full force thursday and friday, which will really heat things up again. there will be more scattered storms on saturday, drying out again on sunday, and once again back into the 90's on monday and tuesday. >> thank you for joining us. >> thank you for joining us.
, it will pretty much stay that way. we have a code orange air quality alert for western maryland, eastern west virginia, virginia. partly sunny skies. that slight chaps of a thunderstorm is well to the west. 93degrees for our daytime high. we'll have more details a little bit later on. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we want to take a look at our top stories now. a double shooting in the district overnight. a eenager is dead and another person is seriously injured. police are vehicling two scenes. one is in the 3500 block of 19th street southeast. another one nearby in the 3400 block of stanton road. police are looking into whether the shootings may be connected given their close proximity. >>> ten russian spies caught in the united states pleaded guilty and they are in the air as we speak on their way home to russia. moscow is releasing four russians accused of spying for the united states and england and jailed for years. >>> there is some good news coming out of the end of our heat wave. pepco reports nearly all d.c. customers have their power back on. thousands in northeast have sweated i
. central maryland. eastern shore. as well as looking at excessive heat warnings around philadelphia. around the region. you can see the temperatures in the lower 100s. 105 recorded at bwi thurgood marshall airport earlier today. and that was the hottest temperature, on the eastcoast. we're talking about a record number that we are probably going to break for a long time. looking at 93 currently down in the inner harbour. and with the temperatures surrounding the area in the mid to upper 80s. it will be setting up for anotherer hot day in the making for tomorrow. and as the sun comes up and heats up the atmosphere. across the mid-atlantic. looking at temperatures still hot. matching new york at 93. 93 downtown baltimore. 82 in harrisburg. and we're going to see changes coming. here is what will happen. high pressure that has been blocking the moisture in the cold front off to the west of us. is going to continue to fall apart over the new england states. we will see an area of low pressure come in and wrap in moisture. that gives us a chance for pop-up showers. thursday. so across thh area a
clouds for everyone. 90 degrees -- i think we'll top out lower to mid-90s, eastern southern maryland looking at temperatures more into the upper 80s. no chance of rain, today, we'll have to speak about rain chances coming in this weekend. that's maryland's weather. how about the traffic? >> trouble spot 270 heading southbound at 109. that accident is off to the shoulder, noticed it is , notice it is causing quite the backup. the beltway near pennsylvania avenue. we still have problems heading northbound approaching the beltway. that's where an accident investigation continues. overall on 495, you are doing okay. it's not until the outer loop, you hit university to georgia, you will find some congestion. good news on the inner loop at river road, we are hearing that this accident is now gone. we want to tell you about the tree down in the bethesda area. the way to get around this, use river road. >> up next, the military honors one of its own. meet the sailor from maryland -- look inside a more than 17 billion dollar investment, and what do you see? at at&t, we see the dreams and ambi
front from eastern west virginia, western maryland, all the way to central ohio. that's what's going to be moving through again mainly early tomorrow. behind it, real nice air. so 84 to 81, scattered showers and thunderstorms. but most of our rain saturday. coming up, i'll tell you how much we could get and i'll tell you about those cooler temperatures coming our way, too, tomorrow and just how comfortable the second part of the weekend will feel. back to you. >> all right, ver ran any caizo came, thank you. >>> police are investigating after a dog in a hot car died. a labrador retrieve are was left in the car as temperatures soared to 104 degrees. police reminding people it's against state law to leave an animal unattended in a vehicle in a manner that endangers its health and safety. in the district, four dogs have died so far recently after getting left outside in yards and in cars. >> residents in clifton, virginia say they are devastated by the decision to close the only school in their town. the fairfax county board of education voted last night to shut down clifton elementary.
are in the very mug where low to mid-70s. the thunderstorms are rolling out on the eastern shore of maryland and away from us. we'll see a little break of sunshine or two here in the late morning or afternoon hours before more thunderstorms come rolling in. wednesday and thursday, looks like thursday will be the better day down at the beaches. our four-day forecast very nice indeed. we get nice and hot and steamy the way jerry edwards likes it for thursday and friday. >> we have to deal with power outages and trees down in the roadway. this is east/west highway at grubb road. west of this point it is blocked at jones mill road because of trees down. also, connecticut avenue at east/west highway, the traffic lights are out. in arlington, north military road, be careful there. high water had been in the roadway resulting in an accident. be cautious heading out this morning. >>> 4:42 is our time. critical vote today. the fda is taking up whether a popular drug should be pulled off the market. >>> a local teen among knows injured in the terror attack in uganda. >>> police reaching across cultura
. there is a couple of storms on the lower eastern shore but the maryland powerful radar picking up storms in the far western territory, in the high territory toward cumberland and staying hazy and in the 80s. but into the overnight period and into the day tomorrow, the chance for rain will be there. rain that we really need around here. we'll talk about that and how your complete weekend breaks down in a couple of minutes. >>> a disturbing story but one we hear when the weather gets hot. a lab tore retriever has died after being left in a hot car in the cosco parking lot. they said it was 104 degrees outside of the time. it is against state law to leave an animal unattended in a car in a manner that endangers health and safety. it is under investigation. >>> and baltimore police is asking for your help to track down this woman. she has robbed five banks in the last two weeks. most recent was an m&t bank on blair road. there has been turned over to the fbi because of several robbers -- robberies in a short amount of time. if you know anything call 866-7- lockup. >>> crews have recovered two bodies fr
the chesapeake bay into eastern maryland. there is your cold front that comes through tomorrow, once it does it can trigger showers and thunderstorms and it will bring inless humid air over the course of thursday and friday into sunday. here is your five-day forecast, high today about 93 degrees, hot and humid tomorrow some strong storms possible in the afternoon and evening. friday and saturday look great. not as humid, highs in the mid- 80s, but some clouds build in we could see some more showers and thunderstorms in the latter part of sunday. that's a look at what's happening with the weather, let's get an update on traffic from julie wright. >> kind of busy on the road and still is. got a crash there was one overturned and one lane of traffic able to squeeze by at the scene. behind me the live shot, den activity pulled to the median around the curve, traffic volume improving the pace as you continue northbound trying to work your way past pennsylvania avenue and continue around. the outer look university boulevard southbound 29 tech road activity still in play. deplays beginning back. tr
. we see a few areas in the richmond area. that will follow the track with the south eastern suburbs and southern maryland getting more action around 3:00 in the morning. there is more stuff out west that will come in tomorrow. just outside wtop radio, they picked up .9 inches of rain. we have a report coming from laurel -- over an inch of rain and 70 degrees. anreagan national .fo4 of inch. we are in a severe drought over parts of calvert county. all of this rain is helping. we are running between two inches below average rainfall up to 5 inches south east of the city. we are making progress slowly but surely. temperatures? mostly 70's in the metro area, still some 80's down south. as far as cloud cover goes, it comes in batches. showers and storms move out into this the skies stay cloudy. warm an muggy with more showers and storms coming from the south. a disturbance in the atmosphere will roll through to get as the showers. the rainfall -- may be up to two inches in parts of the area. beneficial rains. cloudy, a few showers in the morning. thunderstorms a good bet in the afternoon
dead after an accident on the eastern shore. maryland natural resources police say a 14-foot boat capsized on genewood creek last night. the boat's driver and a peak were tossed into the water -- and a passenger were tossed into water. crews searched for more than three hours last night before storms moved through. they were back on the water today at first light. >>> today is the 14th annual renewal and remembrance project at arlington national cemetery. this is when hundred of landscape, lawn care and tree care special i wants bring their crews in to spend the days man curing and working on the grounds. they will do everything from mulching to pruning and planting out there. i will be live at arlington coming up in our next hour. >>> vice president joe biden predicts that the democrats will not lose the house or the senate in the upcoming elections. his comments come one week after white house press secretary robert gibbs commented on the november elections. he says there are enough seats in play the democrats might lose power. >>> the first family is back in washington after a
on maryland's eastern shore. and that wedding scene was done at the perry cabin in st. michaels. there you go. i'm just a fountain or a font of trivia this morning. >> a beautiful gold cadillac. >> reporter: wasn't it, though? i'm telling you. we have a great group this morning. we're proud to have them with us. springwell senior living. good morning. come on over, mr. phil. this is phil godden. how -- golden. how you doing? >> i'm doing good. >> reporter: thanks for coming down. by the way, we requested someone to come down on this holiday morning. and we got like ten, 15 e-mails right away. springwell was in first and we appreciate it. you're located where? >> on 15 acres in the heart of mount washington conveniently located to just about everywhere in baltimore. >> reporter: you have a beautiful place, beautiful setting. >> thank you. we have about a hundred residents for independent and assisted living for seniors. it's a beautiful campus. what really make it is is our staff -- makes it is our staff. >> reporter: they're great. give yourselves a hand. i want to say hello to ella this morn
a chance of shower or thunder shower later this evening, and across your eastern sections of maryland and southern maryland. >> the catch will stay on the oil well. a live look on the oil well. some is seeping out but not enough to change the plans. >> the government is giving bp another 24 hours to hold back the gushing oil with their well cap. they determined that seepage 2 miles from the well is coming from swr else. >> we have small drips and don't doctor them dangerous. >> they are taking this one day at a time trying to ensure it doesn't create bigger problems under the sea floor. they say the relief well is the permanent fix, but as the cap keeps oil at bay, they are exploring a new way to sale the well. it has brought relief to the shore, and some residents are starting to feel optimistic after a challenging three months. >> not just challenging, aggrav. >> justin own it is tackle box. >> this is my main holding tank for shrimp. >> this remains empty, and they reopened capture and release fishing in the mississippi. >> this is the first step to recovery. >> justin is prepping
. a couple of rumbles of thunder on the eastern shore of maryland. those storms are moving away. there are more showers and storms starting to develop across eastern tennessee, eastern kentucky, far western virginia. we have many more dry hours left in front of us. one or two breaks of sunshine can still not be completely ruled out. that will allow temperatures to climb up in the mid-80s. afternoon showers and thunderstorms will become more and more likely. the extra cloud cover may delay the start of the rain and the thunderstorms. anything that does bubble up later today has the chance to reach severe limits. veronica will be here to keep you posted. >>> let's check out how the mid-day traffic is moving. jerry edwards joins us with the latest. >> good morning, everyone. a lot of detours and folks trying to find their way around with a lot ofñr roads that are closed. we a stretch of new york avenue blocked for a short time just a little while ago. it was a medical emergency just after north capital street. that has traffic jammed up beginning back around blatens burg road. hop
advisory for those two days as well. eastern shore, western maryland, at this point won't be hot enough to reach those criteria. but still, a pretty nasty weekend coming up. >>> tim has hay look at what -- a look at what we have in the next day or so. >>> we're getting this heat very honestly for a very good reason. we'll take a look at the graphic. we'll explain it is not unprecedented. at least not this much. first off, take a look. july 5, 6, and 7. they are the only days so far that we have. 100 on the fifth. 105. these were actual temperatures. not heat indices. and 101 on the 7th. on saturday, 101 is the forecast high, which means it will feel more like the low 100s to about 110. and as far as why, unbearable heat is moving into the area, as a result of high pressure off the coast. we call it the bermuda high. it's helping to pump in that hot, humid air. and while today's heat and humidity were not that bad, tomorrow they get a little worse. and by saturday, it will be unbearable. bob will have your complete updated first warning forecast coming up. >>> all right, tim. thank you.
located in cambridge, maryland on the eastern shore. >> we have four acres p right now containing in the four acres the oysters between the ages of 1 year to 4 years old. >> reporter: kevin mcclaren's oysters are fat and happy. life on the surface helps. the algae is plentiful and so is the oxygen. that means a better oyster for your plate. >> it is a clear oyster and more consistent oyster. we don't harvest oysters of a lot of different sizes. get a box of it. what you get is all your oysters will be, you know, roughly five inches. >> reporter: this aqua culture, as it is called, could be the solution to saving the chesapeake bay oyster. pollution, overharvesting, disease, all seriously depleted the bed and left the watermen that spent generations on the bay wondering if they have a future. this could be it. mcclaren refers to his oysters as his animals and like a racehorse, he breeds them from healthy stock. >> there is about 300 million oysters in the tank behind me. >> reporter: this is his hatchery and the pick of the litter. used for breeding. >> when an oyster is deemed hig
of maryland, the eastern shore for heat indexes over 105 right now these are the current heat indexes, that combination of fch and humidity makes it feel like 100 or so, even a little above a hundred degrees in many locations right now. afternoon highs will reach the low 100s. in fact the record for the day is 103. we may be close to that at national airport by mid afternoon. and then overnight tonight it's not going to cool off much. it'll still be near 90 by mid evening to late evening. then we'll be in the 80s by then and the 70s tomorrow morning. near 100 again tomorrow. more humidity actually tomorrow. and then thursday and friday, finally some relief. could get some much needed rain as well as on saturday, each day a chance of afternoon thundershowers and then lower humidity moving in sunday into monday. that's the way it looks right now. >> thanks so much, tom. >>> we're not the only ones feeling the heat today. the entire east coast is expecting a scorcher. >> reporter: the entire eastern half of the country is dealing with a sizable heat wave. check out today's hot spot forec
heat, including the district of columbia and eastern maryland. it's going to be holding steady. yesterday we dried out as the day progressed. but today we have a little bit of a deeper layer of humidity. it won't dry out as much by the afternoon. rather steamy. out in the mountains it's cool, near 60 degrees in west virginia. we still have this large area of high pressure bringing us the high heat and this extreme heat. by this afternoon, will be around 100 degrees, probably breaking the record with the hazy sunshine and heat index exceeding 105. we'll have a partly cloudy evening and it will be near 90 by mid-evening. not as hot tomorrow, winds will shift into the southeast, and also bringing in more humidity, which will be the fuel for needed rain, as well as afternoon storms. a bit cooler both of those days. sunday and monday, lower humidity return for a couple of days. we'll have it near 90 and more pleasant. jerry, how's traffic? >> most of the overnight road work has been wrapped up. no concerns along interstate 270 at 118 and germantown. that's very good news. let's pop
's at the baltimore museum of art they are getttng their oysters from the maryland eastern shore. toll locally.ú shrimp price phossure. three weeks, ysters have gonee3 way up. way up. because, i think, there is a -upply issue already..3 >> for owners of restaurants that specialize in seafoodd there is another dilemma. with supplies scarcc in the gulf region, owners say they expectt3 to pay more for seafood, in othhr parts of the country, and the world. >> you have to make the decision, at that point. do i want to have less of a profft margin on there? or do i want to stop carrying the product totally? >> and if steam crabs are not available this winter at popular spots like harris. tte owner said customers will disappear. cauuing yet another blow. >> the job loss that will be here will be significcnt, dependent on other maakets tof.y survive year-round. on kent island. john rydell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> some restturant owners say they have seen a 20 percent increase in the cost of oysters. >> and new tsa rules for delayed planes seem to be working. effective in april, airlines are ú%ying
thunderstorms making their way over to maryland from the maryland side. you can see the eastern parts of carroll county and a few thunderstorms are building up at this point. this one here -- see the purple now. there's the potential for hail and in addition to wind gusts upwards of 40 to 50 and a lot of rain coming out of the thunderstorm now. let's show you, yesterday, we had the thunderstorms and those died down and earlier, this band was to the west. and now, it's moving in our direction for the metro areas. we have the winds out of the west and south west and on top of the lines of storms and with the winds, it's keeping the dew points and the moisture levels high and it's starting to bump up the temperatures. we're up to 89 degrees in baltimore and when you factor in the heat index, it's 89 degrees. and 97 in ocean city. and the humidity is in play again today. with this humidity, there's the potential for severe thunderstorms. and it's all a part of a thunderstorm system that is underway. another storm is on the way now and as it approaches, we're seeing the thunderstorms ahead of it. tom
, the weather will be -peetacular. 80 degrees on the eastern shore. ú%re in central maryland a lot of blue skies and 82 degrees. western maryland the cool spot at creek's lake. call it stein and sunshine. tonight anotterrnice night. greaa sleeping weathee, turn off the ac and the fan. we have been a great streaa in tte last few nights.3 tomorrrw noticeethe eat and the humidity starts pumping in latee in the day with the temperatureú around 89 tt 90 degrees. today the last cool day beffre the charges start to begin. how about, pushing 90 on saturday, your 4th o fouuth of , monday i will be surprised on the official hooiday oo the 44t that we hit 100. wednesday 944 and well bove normal temperatures. the first shot of rain which we need, the lawn are loking like straa out there, not unnil %-happening maybe folks are tryg to get a little head start on the holiddy weekend s early as friday. here ith the trafficcedge report, here again is candace. %-i was indeed thinking that, people trying to head out early but as for ow speeds are not llokiig too bbd out there. it's a great time to get in you
's office comes to a head on maryland's eastern shore. governor martin o'malley and its republican challenger, robert eric -- robert ehrlich, tried to win over the annual clam bake at somerset county. adam may is there. he reports from chrisfield. >> reporter: thousands here today. and loads of politicians putting aside the bickering. >> reporter: the crab and clam bake is a lot more than just great food. >> what does it mean to the people who come here. >> it's a big deal. it frankly, should be a state holiday. because everybody is down here. >> crabs or clams? >> i'm looking for crabs. >> reporter: governor o'malley finds himself among mobs of eastern shore supporters. >> coming here to the annual seafood festival is one of the rights of summer. it's great. to be able to be here with the lieutenant governor and so many friends. and we're excited about this campaign. >> reporter: one of the interesting things about this event is how the crowd kind of breaks into groups of caucuses. up here, another republican challenger for governor. and back here, the front runner in the race, bo
secretary of the treasury who lives on the eastern shore of maryland. trap shot is the great grandson of seattle sliu. the race goes off on sunday and if trap shot wins, everybody who has a rest vase before 6:30 gets -- reservation before 6:30 gets a steak on the house. call for a reservation. i hope trap wins. if you have a featured event you'd like to see on good morning maryland at 9:00, email us right now at morning show at wmar.com and we'll make sure that everybody knows about it here on good morning maryland at 9:00. >>> you know, the white marlin open starts next week on monday, and listen to this. some are hoping to reel in big money. the maryland department of natural resources is tagging rock fish for their diamond jim contest. there are 400 tagged fish out there worth about $200,000 in prize money. abc2 news don harrison shows us how this time d&r has help with the big catch. >> reporter: the maryland department of natural resources went out today to tag more rock fish for their diamond jim contest this summer. this time they brought along some kids from the boys and girl
, over somerset county in south maryland, and worcester county and northeastern acombic county in eastern virginia. and then we have watches in effect for the tidal potomac and the maryland portion of the chesapeake bay. there we've had strong storms moving through across the area. but this also includes counties such as the maryland counties such as anne arundel, dorchester, howard, kent, prince george's, queen anne, somerset, all of those under a severe thunderstorm watch. so we've had a lot of damage. we talked about the peak wind gusts, up to 70 mile-per-hour winds today. things are finally calming down and by tonight we'll see some partly cloudy skies as the storms and our overnight low being around 72 degrees and we'll have more updates on the reports of the damage that happened later on and take a look at our forecast as we head into a brand new week where things will be calmer as well as a lot cooler. back to you. >>> take a look at this. this is in beltsville. a woman died inside a van when a tree came down right on top of it there in the middle of the street. she died, her daugh
southwest this morning. in southern maryland, northern neck, eastern shore, temperatures there are in the southwest to near 80. look at the dew points there in the low 70s in many locations, especially around the bay and the eastern shore. that is sweltering humidity fp out of the mountain, it's cooler and more comfortable. western maryland, west virginia now in the low 60s. eastern shore now, the mid-70s. and this huge area of high pressure that's been plaguing us the last few days with the heat is now beginning to sink a bit to the south and a developing area of low pressure off the atlantic seaboard will give us a south easterly flow today when which will bring in clouds and also increased humidity. a slight chance of an afternoon thunderstorm, then likely thunderstorms as the front approaches from the west coming in friday evening and off and on on saturday. highs tomorrow near 90. saturday mid and upper 80s. and then low humidity for sunday, highs near 90. jerry, how is the traffic? >>> pretty quiet start. had a bunch of overnight road work on the beltway. this is th
in southern maryland and on the eastern shore. the low humidity is just to our west and north where lows this morning dipped into the upper 60s in a few locations. low at reagan national this morning at 79. way above the average low of 71 this time of year. on the eastern shore, temperatures are near 90 near the atlantic beaches and even inland from the beaches. central virginia, low 90s. western maryland, west virginia, in the upper 70s. we have high pressure moving in. it's a weak area of high pressure. that's what's giving us somewhat lower humidity, not a lot lower, unfortunately. at least a little bit less humid and we have lots of sun around the region. this large area of weak high pressure is going to be drifting off the coast in the next day. as it does, things are going to change once again. right now, this high over the central appalachians will drift right over us later today and overnight tonight. as it moves off the coast tomorrow, we will see humidity moving up from the south and west. this will sweep right up the atlantic seaboard and be in place on friday and again on sat
on the eastern shore at this morning. look at the mountains of western maryland. only 48 degrees. this is indicative of the cool dry air mass. 830-degree dewt point is a state line. degreee looking at a 30 dew point. pleasant conditions today. 65 degrees in the mountains. plenty of sun, making for gorgeous blue skies and a comfortable day. generally sustained winds at 5 to 10. the normal high in baltimore is 86. we're off the mark in a good way. 80 around ocean city. as far as the bay, waves are at one to two feet. the low record of 52 set back in 1952. more stars, beautiful and clear. 60 downtown. this strong dome of high pressure is affecting most and the east coast. it is pushing down the front to our south. it will make a great way to end the week. the heat will come back over the weekend. plan for -- there is still a well-defined eye for hurricane alex. it has spawned some tornadoes around brownsville, texas. it had 100 miles per hour winds as it makes its way to the west. no threat of anything like best in the seven-day forecast spirit 86 on saturday. a return to the heat f
, shenandoah valley. the big storms last night at 6:20 in southern maryland and the eastern shore. they quickly pulled away. today we are left with a lot of sunshine and an occasional high cloud. dew points have dropped. the measure of how much moisture is in the air. in the 50s now. you see the tan colors and an indication of drier air moving in from the north and the northeast. temperatures in the mid-80s. warm spots culpeper at 86. we have 83 in southern maryland. 82 leesburg and martinsburg. 81 hagerstown, gaithersburg and annapolis at the naval academy and easton is holding on to 79 gorgeous degrees. 84. north wind at 8 and the dew point 57 makes the humidity only 40%. the front itself is to the south now. there's nothing coming toward us except for high pressure. this gives us a good day today, a good night tonight and a good start to your tuesday. however, there is enough moisture to the south and west that if you go down 81 you will see what is happening. moisture tries to creep up toward us during the afternoon and evening. shenandoah shenandoah vase a chance of a shower tomorrow after
. it was felt as far south as charlottesville, virginia and through maryland to the eastern shore. governor o'malley said he personally didn't notice it, but the emergency operation briefed him. >> of course we checked in with calvert cliffs and they appear to be fine and they are reviewing all of their structures as well. we are sending inspectors out to heavily traveled bridges. it lasted about 90 seconds. >> it came and went like a thief in the night. >> we both slept through it. maybe next time. >> maybe next time. >> still much more ahead. >> imagine living with raw sewage in your home. it is a mess that's pitting ann arundel officials against a glen burny resident. >> first a live look outside. john collins has your insta-weather plus forecast insta-weather plus forecast coming up. get cortizone 10 cooling relief gel. cools instantly with the strongest itch relief medicine. cortizone 10 cooling relief gel. >> you may have missed it. last night there was some thunderstorm activity. this is what the radar looked like at 5:00 yesterday afternoon. there were storms in far western maryland a
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